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Submit a Question for Justin Bieber

'Rolling Stone' will select the best fan questions for our video interview with Bieber this week

January 26, 2011 12:39 PM ET
Submit a Question for Justin Bieber
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Here’s your chance to be almost famous: Rolling Stone is talking to Justin Bieber on video this week – and he wants to answer your questions. Submit your questions for Justin by 10 a.m. ET tomorrow, January 27th, and we’ll pick the best for him to answer. So be creative – try to think of questions Justin hasn’t answered a million times before.

Justin's first movie, Never Say Never – which chronicles his unlikely rise from child-prodigy drummer to YouTube sensation to teen superstar – hits theaters February 11th. He's also making a guest appearance on ABC's Extreme Makeover: Home Edition this Sunday, filming a Super Bowl ad with Ozzy Osbourne and for all we know, planning a run for the presidency.

Post your question for Justin in the comments below.

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